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CNBC
Mar 20, 2013 6:00pm EDT
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CNBC
Mar 18, 2013 7:00pm EDT
. this is the henry ford argument. >> you need businesses that are profitable. the reason henry ford raised his own minimum wage by $5 is fords were making a lot of money. the problem today is, business won't even spend the money they've got. they are worried about this kind of government interference. you can't not tell me if you want a $22 minimum wage, currently minimum wage is $7.25. you're going to raise unemployment because these teenagers will never get a job. their skills aren't worth it. >> 90% of people making minimum wage are 20 years older and above. this isn't affecting teenagers. >> if they are unskilled, why pay for it? >> massachusetts and vermont have lower unemployment rates. look at arizona that have low minimum wage. they have the highest unemployment rates. the facts don't stack up for this argument. >> there are some people think government should make those decisions and some people, maybe the local owner of an autoship dealer should set the price. >> really? >> look at the national numbers. >> get to the moral argument. >> let me go back to this point. these kids, half can't
CNBC
Mar 16, 2013 4:00am EDT
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CNBC
Mar 18, 2013 4:00am EDT
the drill. >>> welcome to the heart of american manufacturing. coming to you from the ford f-150 plant in deerborn, michigan. who says we don't make anything anymore? we got to talk to the man himself, ford ceo, mr. malali, it is a privilege and pleasure to be here. another memorable "mad money" moment on the road at ford, which you know i think is bottoming right here. you know, i want to thank the people at the plant for all your hospitality. right now our eighth anniversary celebration continues. after this market's remarkable ten-day winning streak, what can you really actually buy right now without feeling like a chump for chasing a stock that's already run up a lot? how about a big pharma company with a big 3.9% yield? a heck of a lot better than treasuries after the tax benefits. it's been left behind by the rest of its cohort. i can't believe i'm talking about this one because it's so far behind. i'm talking about one of the great american companies, merck, mrk, the pharmaceuticals giant that's stumbled more times in the last few months than a college kid on st. paddy's day. si
CNBC
Mar 19, 2013 11:00pm EDT
thing wrecked that. heavily regulated by the government, though. and the auto industry, ford, gm and chrysler forced out the rivals, but then had to deal with international competition which destroyed the dominance of the big three. but the rental car companies, they don't have to worry about foreign competitors. this industry is tied to economic activity capacity and both are going in the right direction for the likes of hertz and avis with a stronger economy boosting demand and reduced capacity that allows them to boost prices. aided by an east coast shortage of rental cars from superstorm sandy. with 94% of the industry in the pocket of the top three players, they don't have to worry about nasty things like price wars and small operators who try to gain market share by undercutting the big boys. those smaller operators are gone! pretty much. this is a beautiful oligopoly. the businesses are in great shape. what do we do? we can't buy enterprise, privately held, and staying that way. so the choice is between hertz and avis. since the beginning of the year, since the beginning o
CNBC
Mar 12, 2013 11:00pm EDT
. courtesy of all of these massive new oil and gas discoveries like the bakken, eagle ford and utica and new technology that makes it easy to get oil from previously hard to reach places. talking about the process of hydraulic fracturing or fracking which uses vast amounts of pressurized water to blast through layers of rock and unlock the oil within. but oh-oh, somebody's got to clean it up. somebody needs to get rid of all this dirty water. that's where heckmann comes in. h-e-k for you home gamers. brings fresh water to drilling sites and removes the wastewater by putting down their own wells in deep or piping or using their own portable water recycling trucks. including the big oil rich shales we talk about all the time. bakken, eagle ford, the marcellus, the utica and the permian. last year we had a slow down in drilling costs by the glut of natural gas and heckmann got hit hard, many of you felt it. 2013 starting off real good. heckmann is taking control of its own destiny. the company made two major acquisitions, buying thermal fluid and power fuels which open up a whole new business,
CNBC
Mar 17, 2013 7:30pm EDT
that is "star wars." a lot of talk around "star wars," particularly the old c.a.r.s., harrison ford, mark hamill, carrie fisher. are they going to reunite? >> george lucas was quoted as saying they would but we haven't made an official announcement. we have a team working on the film now. jj abrams will direct it. we have a writer writing the script, working with folks involved in earlier films. when the story is quote, unquote, broken we'll make decisions about the cast and move from there. >> what can you tell us what's going on now in terms of advertising, the business climate. the up front period is beginning for some parts of media this week. do you have any vision you can talk to us about in terms of advertising? how does the year look? >> we don't have a lot of visibility. it's been that kind of market for a long time. i will say that the year has been fairly good. there's a fair amount of demand for advertisers for advertising time. it's certainly a good sign. we've seen that as fairly steady since the beginning of the year. that's pretty good for us obviously. >> the parks business. >>
CNBC
Mar 14, 2013 5:00am EDT
inflation coming down. they can ford to cut so she can be all dovish. the markets won't mind that at fist. but a year out, i think the markets might be more skeptical about. >> tell us what's happening in russia generally now. what kind of condition is it in? >> it's going to best unrecognized credit boom going on in the world today. everything is loving thailand, indonesia, philippines, but it's happening in russia, too. it's been happening for two years. they have a current account surplus. they can afford this credit boom. inflation we think will turn in the summer. so there's no problem on the inflation side, too. growth is going to come back stronger in the second half, anyway. whoever is at the central bank. so we're not convinced they need to be taking a more dovish stance. >> if it becomes clear that russia's economy is doing well, that it doesn't necessarily need or should want rate cuts, how much pressure will she really be under to cut rates? i guess what i'm saying is it almost describes what you're describing as a win-win. putin is pretty happy or it doesn't do well and so th
CNBC
Mar 19, 2013 5:00am EDT
and the chinese currency, the yuan. >>> europe's struggling car market did suffer another blow last month. ford was the worst performer.. its new car sales sunk nearly 21%. u.s. rival gm not far behind with a 20% drop amid ongoing weakness for the industry earlier this year after what was a dismal 2012 with sales hitting a 17-year low. auto shares are taking it on the chin. shares in british super market chain are trading higher after fourth quarter sales topped analyst forecasts. like-for-like sales up 3.6% on the year. you can see shares up about 2.9%. speaking earlier on cnbc, the ceo saying for his nonfood business was a major driver of growth. >> saying today that our total business is growing at 3.6% in the last quarter, but our nonfood business growing at three times that rate. that is i think an extraordinary strong performance against a tough market back drop. and shares up almost 3%. stick around. straight ahead on the program, we're going live on the ground in italy as the nation prepares for talks to form a government after last month's elections left the country mired in a dead loc
CNBC
Mar 13, 2013 6:00am EDT
. invest in companies like googles and we talk about ford. companies that will grow over the next three to five years. put your positions in now or at least half positions and you get a pullback, you made more. if not, you're not in the game. you're not going to win. people need to understand that you can hide and try to play it but the average investor never makes money because they are always on the other side. >> tim, do you agree with that? >> time in the market is a fool's iron and to the other guest's point we're at 14,000 and change but we've gone sideways for 13 years so i think you can get too caught up in absolute price so we're doing what we always do and focus on fundamentals and companies with a competitive advantage but more domestic facing and orientated toward housing and consumer finance. finance is the one major sector nowhere near a five-year high or all-time high where we see fantastic value especially as the economy comes back and as a consumer and housing continue to come back. you focus on stocks and not the stock market. >> let's focus on a couple stock picks. on
CNBC
Mar 15, 2013 7:00pm EDT
in the first place and it comes to $25 billion. get this, boeing, gm and ford already lobbying to change the fees. listen to this. so is the uaw and a whole bunch of unions. they are going to have to pay the fees because they are health care providers. let's go to grace marie turner, jimmy williams and michelle caruso-cabrera. grace, do we have that right? the unions are lobbying against this because they are going to have to pay this thing. >> opportunemones thought they were going get all these new members by having people forced to purchase health insurance and organize these workers. every time you turn around wait a minute we don't want this. we want a waiver from these early provision. we don't want to pay this tax. we don't want to pay this fee. we don't want to pay these other 19 taxes that are coming. every single one of these tax. a trillion dollars in taxes. >> this is an insurance company shakedown is it not? they got extra costs because they have these mandates to put on, pre-existing conditions. this is an insurance company shakedown. >> it's an insurance company shakedown
CNBC
Mar 18, 2013 1:00pm EDT
's negative news over europe. i think if you focus on the u.s., ford can go higher. >> stevesteven, you get the fin trade. >> gold, the move that we saw today it was a fear move, emotional trade as we saw the averages recover p. and we saw. even the euro start to recover and dollar trade back down. i think it's going to trade goal and get it back below 1600 and all the technical analysts out there that -- which i don't agree protecting the trade, the whole 1600, now capitulate. >> about to be short gold. what's amazing to me is we are 24 hours away from a meet that is pretty important and no one even mentioned it today. >> that's true. >>> what do you think, close positive today? happened during the show, it went positive. >> just missed. >> watch "power lunch". >> encouraging we're not down 100. >> it's great. >> all right. that does it for us. don't forget to catch more "fast money" at 5:00 p.m. tonight. >>> whoever just said watch "power lunch" is clearly an inintelligent individual. a is our cnbc euro alert graphics package. we don't want to scare you but we do want to get your attentio
CNBC
Mar 14, 2013 9:00am EDT
home? >> you don't have to live in the terrain. >> i lived in a ford fairmont. you save a lot on a homeowners insurance. other than that, i'd rather be in a toll. david novak lived in his car. >> as did you. >> with norman. >> norman was the most -- he was completely asexual. he wasn't exactly what you paid for. okay? >> no norman juniors. >> you turn on the barry white or nothing? nothing worked? >> norman had the least drive of anyone i had ever seen. this is like the luxury index. he was the lowest cost rental. it's true, david, you get what you pay for. i mean this guy could not have been less interested in fine touch or ambush, the two i thought maybe he would have a good time with. >> fine touch. >> and ambush. >>> here comes the mad dash. find out if things are worth your money. another look at futures as we attempt to extend our winning streak. right now the dow is up 27. more "squawk on the street" straight ahead. with fidelity's new options platform, we've completely integrated every step of the process, making it easier to try filters and strategies... to get a list
CNBC
Mar 18, 2013 9:00am EDT
for the j.p. morgans of the ford. if you fear cyprus, why where will you go? geneva, london or new york? >> it went to 38 last week. i thought it should be at 36. banco santander. those are the natural runs and we always hear about that, look, you can craft any negative scenario you want. last may, we thought the spanish banks would go under, okay? i was speaking to you during the break. what was the single best investment after last may? what was the single best thing to buy? banco santander, but we forget that and we decide they're just a bunch of jockers again. let's start all over. francisco is still there. >> this will be a great test of the bull market run, won't it be, jim? you have the markets open and trading for the rest of the day. whether or not we bounce and whether or not the buyers will step into the weak, u.s. financial which is at pre-market trade are indicating more than 1% lower across the board. >> how can they be so aggressive. these things were up so huge last week and you buy them now and bernanke sneezes and you have the negative people who want this market down
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